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Gary Glaser

Gary Glaser, a three-time Emmy winner, presents his documentary films. Among them are The Hudsonís Building, which chronicles the history of the much-loved 106-year-old building (45 min.); Borderline: The Story of 8-Mile Road (30 min.), which details the history and social impact of Detroitís most notorious boundary; and Forgotten Voices (30 min.), shot entirely at Western Wayne Correctional Facility, which deals with the impact of arts education on four men serving life sentences. Two new documentaries (summer 2000) are Gateway to Freedom: Detroit and the Underground Railroad (30 min.) and Breaking the Ice (20 min.), which explores the first year of Wayne State Universityís Division I womenís hockey team. Glaser has worked in local television as well as Hollywood and has many delightful stories to tell in addition to his critically acclaimed documentaries.


Mark Howell

A one-hour documentary about Michiganís famous Mackinac Bridge, the Emmy-nominated Building the Mighty Mac was produced in Hollywood by Michigan Filmmaker Mark Howell. The program includes interviews with key individuals who worked on the structure and rare 16mm color films of the bridgeís construction. Mark Howell adds insight and anecdotes during the large-screen presentation and presents newly discovered footage that hasnít been shown in over 40 years. The late Bob Talbert of the Detroit Free Press called the program ďa fine documentary for all ages.Ē


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